Giants rookie Andre Miller has broken arm

New York Giants novice tight end Andre Miller is not practicing at training school today supposedly due to a fractured lower arm.

Bobby Skinner of Talkin’ Giants was the very first to report the news.

Miller was signed this spring as a UDFA out of Maine where he played pass receiver. He had actually been having a mind-blowing camp so far today seems headed to hurt reserve.

Miller has actually been lining up as both a standard tight end and a fullback, or H-back function. Head coach Brian Daboll just recently had this to state about Miller:

“He has some good quickness, and he’s got good ball skills. He was a receiver at Maine. So, to come in here and switch positions, it’s not the easiest thing. I was around a fullback by the name of James Develin, who was one of the all-time great players to be around — smart, tough, dependable — was a defensive end. Went through all of these different leagues. And he learned to play that position at a high level, but it was a work in progress.

“I’d say that’s where Andre is. He does some things well. Some of the things he’s doing for the first time ever. It’s such a different game when you’re in the backfield and looking to block guys in the box rather than outside running against the corner, whoever it may be. So, he’s studying hard. He’s got a long way to go to continue to improve, but he has a skillset that he’s done a good job with it so far.”

There’s been no main word from the Giants on the intensity of the injury or long they anticipate Miller to be out of action.

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